Close. So, very close. But I'm thinking more Greek letters and fewer inhibitions.
I was once almost jumped for trying to open the back door to a frat house and deliver pizza. Apparently, the super-secret initiation was going on in the basement and they thought I was spying. When I pulled out the pizza and gave them the second year's name the anger didn't evaporate, it was just transferred to the second year.
Carefully about generalizing and stereotyping.
While some, heck a lot, live down to it most frat life is pretty much your standard college experience with more bills and an assumption of guilt by administration.
Alpha Phi Rho - Omega Phi, Spring 1998
I have a gay friend that, due to a lack of dorm space, ended up being sent to a frat dorm, despite not being a member of the fraternity.
Despite the fertile ground for inane hijinks he had no problems at all.
By his description, they bent over backwards not
to make him uncomfortable.
But that when they hooked him up with blind dates they had lousy
taste in men. (Actually, he claimed that they had shown the same taste in choosing boyfriends for him that they showed in picking up girls for themselves. 'This guy's gay, Chris is gay, maybe they'll be friends...')
Folks have learned not to make frat jokes around him.
The Auld Grump - he was a gay accounting student in a frat of jocks.... The gods of farce must have blinked....